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Local Oscillatory Rheology from Echography

Thomas Gibaud


Local oscillatory rheology from echography consists of a traditional rheology experiment synchronized with high-frequency ultrasonic imaging which gives access to the local material response to oscillatory shear. Besides classical global rheological quantities, this method provides quantitative time-resolved information on the local displacement across the entire gap of the rheometer. From the local displacement response, we compute and decompose the local strain in its Fourier components and measure the spatially resolved viscoelastic moduli. After benchmarking our method on homogeneous Newtonian fluids and soft solids, we demonstrate that this technique is well suited to characterize spatially heterogeneous samples, wall slip, and the emergence of nonlinearity under large-amplitude oscillatory stress in soft materials.
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hal-01901114 , version 1 (22-10-2018)



Brice Saint-Michel, Thomas Gibaud, Mathieu Leocmach, Sébastien Manneville. Local Oscillatory Rheology from Echography. Physical Review Applied, 2016, 5 (3), ⟨10.1103/PhysRevApplied.5.034014⟩. ⟨hal-01901114⟩
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